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    Power Plotter 6.xx
    http://www.devstudio.it/devstudio/lang/eng/software.php

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    i use colorgate since 6 years. i´ve tried caldera and postershop, i prefer colorgate.

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    Had Onyx RIP center long ago and works beautiful , no problems at all.
    Trying to get it to work once again because I changed computer and the one I have does not work with new one.

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    Flexisign

    I use Rasterlink Pro for my Mimaki JV33 and Flexisign for Canon 8000s, no problems so far
    they work very well and fast

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    Onyx Postershop, it's easy to use and has many options, and works on a lot of lage format printers

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    ONYX for Mutoh. PhotoPrint for Mimaki.

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    I use EFI Colorproof XF, it s very good

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    Onyx for quality

    Photoprint for ease of use

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    I currently use Photoprint5, because I can not properly configure Photoprint6 (for mutoh)

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    I heard that ekrip aqnd multirip is good

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    Which rip is the bet depend on what for:
    1. for color proofing - EFI ColorProof XF, GMG, ergosoft
    2. for production - wasatch, onyx, ergosoft.
    Recommand:
    EFI ColorProof XF- easy step by step to make good result.

    Ergosoft - color is good, with all color solution. it can make icc profile for any device and material, easy to paste up & production.

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    EFI is the one people at work most prefer

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    Hello

    Been using wasatch for a few years now, good for production. But am trying out a few options when a demo is available. Just because we are use to wasatch doesn't mean something better is not just around the corner. In anycase we will have to upgrade or change software sometime in the future, so experimentation now is best

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    onyx ProductionHouse x10

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    Quote Originally Posted by boys222444 View Post
    aha
    like someone said " you never know taste if you don't eat "
    very vey excactly!

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